Sam Nunberg, who was a political advisor to Donald Trump, is working for Democratic Party of Kosovo in connection with the Oct 6 election.
New York-based Nunberg contract covers the period from Sept. 26 through December 15.
It is worth $110K in fees plus travel and first-class hotel lodging in Kosovo's capital city of Pristina from Sept 22 through Oct. 8.
Nunberg is responsible for speeches, strategic communications, outreach to US government officials and media relations.
Radio Free Europe/Radio Free Liberty reports that the PDK is running on a platform to uproot corruption and create closer ties with the US for Kosovo, which declared independence from Serbia in 2008.
The PDK on October 1 hosted an event with Matthew Whitaker, acting U.S. attorney general from November 2018 to February.
Nunberg, an associate of Roger Stone, has had an on/off relationship with Trump. He began working for the real estate developer in 2011 as a political advisor and was let go in 2014.
Trump rehired Nunberg as the first member of the 2016 Trump for president campaign. He and Stone prepped Trump for the first Republican debate in August 2015.
After a falling out with campaign chief Corey Lewandowski, Nunberg left the campaign and endorsed Ted Cruz for president.
Trump then sued Nunberg in July 2016 for allegedly leaking confidential information, but the parties settled a month later.